Azure Dynamics Parts - Getting them going

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Post by a4x4kiwi » Mon, 01 Apr 2013, 20:11

Hi All,

I have spent today getting the AZD parts I bought going.

See http://malfunction.faed.name for details.

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Post by BigMouse » Tue, 02 Apr 2013, 02:21

Good stuff. Did you get a DMOC controller too? Any luck with that?

Also, I posted some stuff about the water pump a while back here: viewtopic.php?title=transit-connect-wat ... out&t=3342

Great find on the E39 throttle pedal. That'll come in handy for me and my E36 as well. Just had a look and it appears to also be the same design. Very cool. The more plug and play parts the better.
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Post by a4x4kiwi » Tue, 02 Apr 2013, 02:40

Thanks. The trick was to understand the input frequency and duty cycle requirements. The German doc covered that well thankfully.

I didn't get a DMOC. Am kicking myself now!

Yea, the accelerator pedal was a stroke of luck.
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Post by BigMouse » Tue, 02 Apr 2013, 02:57

a4x4kiwi wrote: Thanks. The trick was to understand the input frequency and duty cycle requirements.
Interesting. The documentation shows 45-1100Hz PWM. I tested mine at 10kHz and it worked fine. I wouldn't be surprised if it has a simple RC low pass filter inside anyway.

Awesome little pump. I picked up two. Very powerful.

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Post by celectric » Tue, 02 Apr 2013, 16:52

Anyone managed to figure out the power steering pump yet? Google doesn't seem to have much to say about it.

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Post by ACEVS4US » Wed, 03 Apr 2013, 17:42

I've got a DMOC and 1pv5135 and now I'm looking for a good deal on the vacuum pump, fluid pump, ac pump and heater. Where did you guys source your accessory parts?

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Post by Jodie » Wed, 03 Apr 2013, 18:11

I got mine on ebay Item number: 261141303324

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Post by a4x4kiwi » Thu, 04 Apr 2013, 00:21

Silicon is just sand with attitude.

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Post by Shirker » Thu, 04 Apr 2013, 01:19

I'm mid-process for multiple sets from the UK, plus misc extras for various peoples - to be shipped to Perth initially. Happy to defray international shipping costs further. You'll need to be fully paid up by Friday though. PM me if interested.

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Post by Shirker » Thu, 04 Apr 2013, 01:21

celectric wrote: Anyone managed to figure out the power steering pump yet? Google doesn't seem to have much to say about it.

Nope - I've asked around on various Ford Mondeo/Galaxy forums with no luck either...

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Post by ACEVS4US » Thu, 04 Apr 2013, 15:12

Thanks for offer, but I'm in Wellington, NZ, so shipping to Perth first won't save much if anything.

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Post by ACEVS4US » Fri, 05 Apr 2013, 01:40

Mal
"Remote contact" on Diyelectric car is selling the DMOCS at US$850. That's where I got mine from

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Post by ev-easy » Tue, 13 Feb 2018, 16:51

BigMouse wrote:
Tue, 02 Apr 2013, 02:21
Good stuff. Did you get a DMOC controller too? Any luck with that?

Also, I posted some stuff about the water pump a while back here: viewtopic.php?title=transit-connect-wat ... out&t=3342

Great find on the E39 throttle pedal. That'll come in handy for me and my E36 as well. Just had a look and it appears to also be the same design. Very cool. The more plug and play parts the better.
Hi!

still need controler?
I have one, brand new! not used!

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